Market Cap. $3.81B
Circulating Supply: 8.03M DASH
Max Supply 18.9 DASH
Volume (24h) $111.72M
The DASH/BTC increased today and recovered a little after the yesterday’s massive drop. The pair remains under selling pressure in the short term because it is still located below two very important resistance levels. The minor retreat was natural after that important rebound. Right now we should wait for a confirmation that the rate will resume the upside movement.
The rate has come down to test and retest a broken dynamic resistance (resistance has turned into support), and now we could see another breakout attempt.
DASH/BTC has found strong resistance at the confluence area formed between the first warning line (WL1) with the 50% Fibonacci line (ascending dotted line) of the ascending pitchfork. It has come back down to test and retest the broken downtrend line and now is fighting hard to jump higher again.
The rate has started an increase after the failure to retest the upper median line (uml) of the former descending pitchfork. I’ve drawn an ascending Pitchfork hoping that I’ll catch a significant upside movement.
You can go long on this crypto pair only if the rate will increase and will make a valid breakout above the downside 50% Fibonacci line (ascending dotted line). The first upside target will be at the median line (ML) of the ascending pitchfork.
DASH/BTC will move towards the ML and towards the upper median line (UML) only if will make a valid breakout above the 50% line. The Stop Loss could be placed somewhere below the 0.04853320 level.